Opinions

The Crucible

Spheres of influence

Philip Ball savours the chemistry of avant-garde gastronomy

In the Pipeline

Chemical space is big. Really big.

You think it’s a long way to the back of your screening libraries? That’s peanuts to chemical space, says Derek Lowe

Editorial

An interdisciplinary celebration

This year’s Nobel prize in chemistry is a classic tale of beating impossible odds and the laws of physics

Comments

Good science, bad science?

Paul Leonard is concerned by industry's exclusion from policy panels – it’s the science that matters, not who pays for it

Classic Kit

Daniell's cell

Powerful connections

Organic Matter

Synthesising the midnight oil

A chemical plant on a night shift is just as lively as through the day, says Chemjobber, but for different reasons

Critical Point

It's time to speak up for Europe

Researchers in the UK benefit enormously from their country’s membership of the EU. They need to say so, argues Mark Peplow

Letters

November 2014

Supporting small journals, water chemistry and all natural compounds



Blog

Practised procrastination

27 November 2014

Practised procrastination

Countdown to the 2014 Chemistry World science communication competition

21 November 2014

Countdown to the 2014 Chemistry World science communication competition